No. 50 NAI DFA ES Box 34 File 241
DUBLIN, 20 March 1923
My dear Bewley,
I am very sorry to hear that you have decided to leave us. Of course I know well that you prefer to be in Ireland, and I appreciate all the steps you have taken to ensure that your leaving should cause us as little inconvenience as possible.
I hope to see you as soon as you return to Dublin.
With best wishes for the future, and with full recognition of your loyal service.
Yours very sincerely,
[copy letter unsigned]
Minister of External Affairs
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